Finance Score: 6
Governance Score: 0
Support Score: 11
  • Reasonable growth: +1
  • Future income +5
  • No PartB
(no info on trustees)
    • Grant maker support: +11
    Overall GiG Score: 17 ?

    MARYHILL INTEGRATION NETWORK SCIO 

    Analysis by Giving is Great

    Positives:

    • The charity has received backing from multiple prominent grant makers recently and there are significant future grants due to be received
    • There has been reasonable growth in spending over the last 3 years relative to the previous period
    • There have been no material income shortfalls in recent years
    • This charity is based in an area of high deprivation
    Established: 18 years
    Scottish Charity Regulator
    UN SDGs
    ?
    Financial Data
    Income & Spending ?
    Period ending 31/03/18 31/03/19 31/03/20 31/03/21 31/03/22 31/03/23
    Charitable activities £1,073
    Donations & Legacies
    Other Income
    Investment Income £79
    Total income £176,661 £165,594 £193,323 £206,198 £244,133 £307,019
    Charitable activities spending £275,915
    Fundraising costs
    Other spending £1,140
    Total spending £175,113 £165,297 £194,172 £201,630 £237,542 £277,055
    Surplus/deficit £1,548 £297 -£849 £4,568 £6,591 £29,964
    What it does
    • It carries out activities or services itself
    Who it helps
    • Children or young people
    • People with a particular ethnic or racial origin
    • No specific group, or for the benefit of the community
    Purposes
    • The prevention or relief of poverty
    • The advancement of education
    • The advancement of health','the advancement of the arts, heritage, culture or science','the advancement of human rights, conflict resolution or reconciliation','the promotion of religious or racial harmony','the promotion of equality and diversity','the advancement of environmental protection or improvement
    Where it operates
    • Glasgow City
    • This charity is based in an area of high deprivation

    Who's supporting them? ?

    Donations from Grant Makers ?

    We have details on the following significant donations. Multi-year donations are allocated to the years for which they are earmarked.

    Major supporters in last 5 years
    Paul Hamlyn Foundation£187,400
    National Lottery Community Fund£19,855
    Virgin Money Foundation£10,000
    Women's Fund for Scotland£6,750
    Foundation Scotland£4,200
    Specific Donations
    Amount When
    Months
    To be used for
    Paul Hamlyn Foundation - Advancing human rights for people seeking asylum in Scotland
    £187,400 27/11/2023
    Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) is a community development organisation working alongside migrants, people seeking asylum and refugees in Glasgow to create solidarity and respect. With this grant, ....more
    National Lottery Community Fund - The Museum of Things Art Group
    £9,990 19/05/2023
    The group will use the funding to deliver a series of weekly creative workshops for asylum seekers in Glasgow.
    Foundation Scotland - MIN Men's Group - Hiking for Wellbeing
    £4,200 25/07/2022
    To cover the cost of running a series of 6 outdoor walking events for men
    Women's Fund for Scotland - DIY Workshops with Oasis Women's Group
    £3,375 15/03/2022
    To cover the cost of running DIY workshops for women
    Women's Fund for Scotland - DIY Workshops with Oasis Women's Group
    £3,375 15/03/2022
    To cover the cost of running DIY workshops for women
    Virgin Money Foundation - Grant to Maryhill Integration Network
    £10,000 21/08/2020
    12
    Grant towards the cost of providing food parcels and bus passes and to pay for additional staff time.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Joyous Choir
    £9,865 15/06/2020
    12
    This group will use funding to continue its women’s choir and to expand the choir's activities.
    Glasgow City Council - Maryhill Integration Network
    £29,388 15/03/2019
    Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) provides a programme of activities and initiatives aimed at integrating asylum seekers and the wider BME communities within the local community.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Family Nest Syrian Families Group
    £10,000 13/08/2018
    13
    This group will use the funding to continue running a community group in Maryhill to allow people to connect, practice English, and gain information regarding welfare rights, housing and local ....more
    Glasgow City Council - Maryhill Integration Network
    £29,388 07/06/2018
    Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) provides a programme of activities and initiatives aimed at integrating asylum seekers and the wider BME communities within the local community.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Maryhill Integration Network's Community Participation Group for Men
    £71,663 30/10/2017
    32
    This group will support young adult male asylum seekers and refugees experiencing high levels of isolation in Glasgow through the provision of activities that support the development of social ....more
    Glasgow City Council - Maryhill Integration Network
    £29,388 17/03/2017
    Maryhill Integration Network (MIN) provides a programme of activities and initiatives aimed at integrating asylum seekers and the wider BME communities within the local community.
    National Lottery Community Fund - Engaging Men in the Reduction of Gender-Based Violence
    £10,000 21/04/2015
    12
    Engaging Men in the Reduction of Gender-Based Violence
    National Lottery Community Fund - Maryhill Integration Network (MiN)
    £10,000 14/03/2014
    12
    Maryhill Integration Network (MiN)
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    Data sourced from Donors via 360 Giving

    How is it governed?

    Trustees

    Sorry we have no information about the Trustees.

    Legal constitution
    • Charity registered in Scotland on 07/03/2006, number: SC037300
    • Notes: This SCIO was incorporated on the 24 May 2016 as a result of a Change to SCIO application by Maryhill Integration Network, which was an Unincorporated Association registered as a charity since 07 March 2006.
    Filing Record
    5 returns made; all on time
    Main office

    Maryhill Community Centre, 35 Avenuepark Street, Glasgow, G20 8TS

    Objectives

    4 The organisation is established for charitable purposes only, and in particular, the objects are: 4.1 to advance the prevention of relief of poverty. 4.2 to advance education. 4.3 to promote the advancement of citizenship or community development. 4.4 to promote equality and diversity. 4.5 to advance the arts, heritage, culture and science.

    Data Sources

    Scottish Charity Regulator
    360 Giving
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